Rotary Spokes

The Brady Rotary Club met Tuesday at the Caf’ at the Depot. President DeFiore led a discussion about the Rotary Club’s Flag Project. We will put up flags and leave them up until Saturday. Cynthia Quinn was inducted as the newest member of the Brady Rotary Club. She is currently the Wesley Nurse sponsored by the Methodist Church. Cynthia has lived in the Brady area all of her life. Jeanagayle Behrens gave a classification talk. She worked in banks for a number of years before moving back to this area in 1976. Working her way up in McCulloch Electric, she is presently the manager of the M E branch of Cap Rock Electric Company. Program chairman Mike Schaffner introduced county judge Randy Young. He first discussed the tragedy of last week by terrorists. Judge Young then told us that the county has a $ 2.4 million budget for next year. The tax rate is staying steady, the employees are doing a good job. There has been a small increase in salaries for some employees. He also told us of the problem with the Waldrip bridge that connects our county with Coleman, across the Colorado River. The $2 bill was won by Martin Leatherwood for being the first to say that Rotary’s goal is to reach 1.5 million by year 2005. Program chairman for Sept. 25 is Mike Seidenberger.

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